The Second Deputy Majority Chief Whip, Matthew Nyindam, has said should Parliament choose to endorse Kennedy Agyapong, over his “Parliament is modest” and “Parliament is futile” remarks, the Majority Caucus of which side the Assin Central legislator has a place with, will submit to it.
He said the Majority Caucus won’t shield Kennedy Agyapong in any capacity just for the way that he is one of their own.
To the Kpandai administrator, the House is focused on managing anyone or part who conflicts with its principles and will accordingly adhere to any discipline that will be proffered by the Speaker or the Privileges Committee.
“Kennedy is an individual; Kennedy obeys laws, Kennedy regards individuals; Kennedy supposes he is a crusader who battles for the defenseless; Kennedy is much the same as some other individual, alright? Furthermore, that report will be taken. Kennedy can’t flee from anyone. He is a subject of this country. Truly, he may have a few minors that individuals may not concur with him but rather he has positives. He’s served in this chamber for just about eighteen years now. Along these lines, he isn’t only a standard individual. We are focused on managing anyone who will conflict with our tenets. The discipline that will be prescribed from the Speaker or the Committee, Kennedy on the off chance that he supposes firmly he doesn’t care for it, he will request. Its absolutely impossible he will say that he won’t do what Parliament requests that he do – he isn’t exempt from the rules that everyone else follows. He is an individual and we are all under the steady gaze of the law”, he noted.
Parliament on Friday, February 8, 2019, was required to convey irrevocability to the work done by the Privileges Committee when the Assin Central official showed up before it amidst a year ago over his unguarded remarks against the assembly.
In any case, the House needed to reschedule the promoted program to one week from now because of inaccessibility of the initiative of the House involving the Majority Leader, Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu, Minority Leader, Haruna Iddrisu, and the Speaker, Rt. Hon. Prof. Aaron Michael Oquaye.
As per the Second Deputy Majority Whip, because of the idea of the case, it was vital for every one of the pioneers to be available before the Committee’s report could be taken.
In July 2018, the Privileges Committee led by the First Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Hon. Joseph Osei Owusu, prescribed to the whole to revile or suspend Kennedy Agyapong for whatever is left of “this Session”.
The Committee touched base at that choice subsequent to discovering Mr. Agyapong to have been in scorn of Parliament for the comments he made that “Parliament is shoddy” and “Parliament is futile”.
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